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Student's Guide for Writing in Political Science
     

Student's Guide for Writing in Political Science

by Andre Martel
 

This concise methodological guide is geared to undergraduates making the transition between descriptive and analytical work. Many aspects of study and writing are explored: posing a general political problem, active reading, approaches to research, textual analysis, the linking of ideas and data, building an argument, sourcing styles in English and French,

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This concise methodological guide is geared to undergraduates making the transition between descriptive and analytical work. Many aspects of study and writing are explored: posing a general political problem, active reading, approaches to research, textual analysis, the linking of ideas and data, building an argument, sourcing styles in English and French, publishing outlets and book reviews. An indispensable tool for beginning students and for those revisiting the field.

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"Martel has produced ... a practical, task-oriented guide through the various stages of writing analytical research papers. It will benefit students at all levels as well as those of us who read their papers." - Tom Keating, Professor of Political Science, University of Alberta

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ISBN-13:
9780886293291
Publisher:
McGill-Queens University Press
Publication date:
01/15/1997
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.10(d)

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